I bill by the hour rather than offer a flat rate per page. As a highly skilled copy editor and proofreader, I often edit or proofread faster—without sacrificing quality—than others so end up saving my clients money.
For editing and proofreading projects, the cost depends on a number of factors, such as the level of editing, length of project, complexity of content, target audience, client’s budget, and deadline. It’s helpful for me to review sample pages from the client so that I can provide a more precise estimate of the hours and cost.
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Editing is intrinsically a process of offering advice and suggestions to the author and client. In addition to offering such advice and suggestions, the editor’s responsibility is limited to notifying the client of any unresolved differences with the author before the work proceeds to the next stage of production. Although the editor will make every effort to bring questionable material to the attention of the client, the client agrees to indemnify and save harmless the editor from any and all claims or demands, including legal fees, arising out of any alleged libel or copyright infringement committed by the author or client in creating the work.